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- Kiss and Tell, Berlin
Although I am happy to no longer live in that neighbourhood, the one thing I did love about Neukölln is its vast array of awesome cafes, bars, and restaurants. This is not to say that my new Kiez, Friedrichshain, is not also filled to the brim with cool places to eat and drink but I do miss certain... Read moreby Carly on October 28, 2014